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/X+3/ = /X/+3 WHAT IS X??

I BELIEVE SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH THE QUESTION AM I RIGHT????
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The answer is X >= 0.

If x < 0, the left side begin to be fewer than the right side of the equation :)
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Same for me ---> x is greater than zero
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Fig wrote:
The answer is X >= 0.

If x < 0, the left side begin to be fewer than the right side of the equation :)


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